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Discussion: TOC Questions

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Jan. 16, 2013
Men's 60
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TOC Questions
What rules will be used in the TOC, 2012 or 2013? Specifically home run rules for AAA and base distance. What category will teams that were moved up in 2012 play at? An example, Gonzalez won Vegas and was moved to Major. Do they play Major or AAA at the TOC? Thanks.
Jan. 16, 2013
Men's 65
4549 posts
Since the TOC next month is actually a 2012 event even though held in 2013, it will likely be under 2012 rules.
Wouldn't make sense to have it under any new rules, when teams qualified for it under older rules. But then many don't make sense anyway. Many others do.
There was another thread like this which says the same thing as 1st line.
Enjoy the comrade and freezing cold, wet weather in some cases. Gonna be tough on the teams that haven't played in about 4 months to be up to par. But maybe that's the hidden agenda... err mickey mouse holiday just up the road.
Watch those hard balls on the cold bats, they don't work too well together longevity wise.
Jan. 16, 2013
2518 posts
The 2013 TOC is a 2012 Season event and will be played under the 2012 Rules ... Teams will also compete in the age and rating division they were at when they won the tournament that resulted in earning their bid.

In the example you cited, Gonzales Insulation (TX) will compete in the 55-AAA division at the TOC.
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